Lyman Good took a big step towards becoming a two-time welterweight king of Bellator Fighting Championships. The first to hold the crown, Good defeated "Judo" Jim Wallhead in a unanimous decision to advance to the semifinals of the welterweight tournament.
"I feel great," said Good, the Spanish Harlem native who improved to 13-2 with his third consecutive victory. "This is my first step towards regaining what used to be mine. The first step on the adventure to get that belt around my waist again."
On the preliminary card, Brooklyn's Phillipe Nover used a rear-naked choke to submit Derrick Kennington in the second round.
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